Sentimental & Romantic Gift Ideas

Sentimental and romantic gifts take lots of planning, because it is the thought that counts when choosing these presents.
Jewelry is a classic romantic gift.Jewelry is a classic romantic gift.
You know your partner best, so think about all of the things you have talked about and little things he loves. This will help guide your gift choice, as will the amount of money you plan to spend on the gift. Choose something that will tug at his heart strings but also show how much you love him.

Engraved Jewelry

Give him a piece of engraved jewelry.
Watches are a good gift because they allow you to engrave something on the back like the dates you have been together, the date you met or a sentimental phrase. Another type of jewelry is a ring. This has a large enough area for you to have something simple engraved. Choose something he will wear often so he is always thinking about you.

Favorite Childhood Item

Since you have spent lots of time with her, you know what some of her favorite things were as a child, like her favorite book or movie.
Choose one of these things to get for her. It may be out of print so it might take some time to find. You also want to make sure it is in good condition. You can even choose a favorite toy she had.

Getaway

While getaways are a typical romantic idea, you can make yours special in several ways.
One is to surprise him. Tell him the type of clothing he will need to bring and for how many days. Another idea is to go someplace you both have always wanted to go. Choose a hotel that has a romantic atmosphere as well as room service and other amenities so you can fully relax while you are on vacation.

Homemade Item

While not always expensive, a homemade item shows that you took the time and effort to choose and make something very special.
One simple thing is to make a slide show or a scrapbook of pictures from your past adventures together. Sprinkle quotes and little captions throughout. Stretch yourself and create something you know he will love. It doesn't have to be something big, just something that comes from the heart.

About the Author

Natalie Saar began writing professionally at the age of 19. She majored in journalism and her writing has appeared in the magazine "Generation WHY" as well as "The Clause" newspaper. Saar graduated from the University of California, Riverside with a Bachelor of Arts in media and cultural studies.

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